The Centre for Carbon Measurement (CCM) has developed a 'metrology grade' digitiser to help make out electricity grids ‘smart’.
Siemens has a grand plan to encourage children from age 11 to consider engineering as a career in a new scheme that targets 5,000 British schools.
The TDK Corporation has announced that TDK-Lambda will open an Advanced Technology Centre at the Bristol and Bath Science Park.
Tom Moore visits Siemens’ award winning Congleton plant to find out how a UK manufacturing facility can make ubiquitous electronics components competitively in the UK.
A government select committee review of apprenticeships was published in November which called urgently for an elevation of the status of apprenticeships to become par with university education. Siemens, along with many other manufacturing companies, has long held this belief and here Josh Brough, now a production engineer at Siemens Industry explains why being accepted on its apprenticeship programme enhanced his career expectations.
Norwich-based electronics manufacturer Syfer Technology has slashed 100 manufacturing jobs as it relocates production to China.